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Codes p 1684 p 0123 p 0118 p 1193 for 2002chrysler town and county

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P1684 - the battery has been disconnected within the last 50 starts , pretty much harmless, maybe it's time for new battery or check battery terminal connection.
P0123- throttle position sensor high input - probably broken sensor or wire, mechanic has to check it, engine has rough/high idle
P0118 - Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit High Input
P1193. Inlet Air Temp. Circuit High.
If you have all of those at once, it is not likely that 3 different sensors go bad at the same time. Check harness and connections to ECM,

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